1. Madison Bumgarner Hand Injury After Hit by Line Drive Diagnosed as Fracture

    San Francisco Giants pitcher Madison Bumgarner left the team's spring training game against the Kansas City Royals at Scottsdale Stadium on Friday after being struck in his pitching hand by a line drive in the third inning, Chris Haft of MLB ...

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  2. Report: Miguel Sano Won't Be Suspended by MLB After Sexual Assault Investigation

    Minnesota Twins third baseman Miguel Sano will not face a suspension from MLB regarding allegations he sexually assaulted a woman in 2015, The Athletic's Ken Rosenthal reported Friday...

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  3. Steven Wright Suspended 15 Games for Violation MLB Domestic Violence Policy

    Boston Red Sox pitcher Steven Wright will reportedly be suspended 15 games for violating Major League Baseball's domestic violence policy...

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  4. Aaron Judge Reportedly May Be Yankees Leadoff Hitter in 2018

    When it comes to the leadoff spot, most MLB managers opt for their fastest player or best contact hitter—not a prolific slugger. But Aaron Boone and the New York Yankees are willing to defy the norm...

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  5. Jeff Samardzija to Start Season on DL After Pec Injury Diagnosed as Strain

    San Francisco Giants starting pitcher Jeff Samardzija is reportedly expected to start the 2018 MLB season on the disabled list after being diagnosed with a strained right pectoral muscle...

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  6. Huge MLB Questions That Need Answers Before 2018 Opening Day

    Opening Day is right around the corner and there are still some significant questions that need to be answered around the MLB landscape...

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  7. Mike Trout's About to Get Even More Unstoppable After Solving Only Kryptonite

    The last baseball player in the world who needs to get better is Mike Trout . But wouldn't you know it, that's exactly what Trout is threatening to do...

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  8. Bryce Harper an Option to Bat Leadoff, Nationals Manager Dave Martinez Says

    Bryce Harper 's keen eye and power make him a natural fit to bat in the heart of the Washington Nationals lineup, though manager Dave Martinez said Thursday he will consider having his superstar hit leadoff this season...

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  9. 2-Time MVP Miguel Cabrera Is Stuck in Baseball Purgatory

    LAKELAND, Fla. — There we were, Miggy and me, in the tunnel off the dugout, when the Detroit Tigers big man paused to explain himself. "I'm not trying to be a dick," Miguel Cabrera sa ys ...

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  10. The Yankees Say the Red Sox Are 'The Team to Beat': Wait, What?

    When you picture a battle between David and Goliath, you likely aren't casting the New York Yankees in the role of David...

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  11. MLB Spring Training 2018: Highlighting Most Impressive Pitchers and Hitters

    Spring training stats don't mean much in the grand scheme of things. Still, that doesn't stop baseball fans from poring over them in anticipation of Opening Day after a long, cold offseason...

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  12. Carlos Carrasco Exits Game vs. Royals with Foot Injury from Line Drive

    Cleveland Indians ace Carlos Carrasco had his spring training interrupted Wednesday when he suffered a foot injury against the Kansas City Royals . According to MLB ...

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  13. Giancarlo Stanton Says He's Prepared for Scrutiny of New York Media

    Playing for the New York Yankees will present right fielder Giancarlo Stanton with challenges unlike those he faced with the Miami Marlins , but the 2017 National League Most Valuable Player believes he's up to the task...

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  14. Report: Shohei Ohtani Will Be on Angels' Opening Day Roster Despite Shaky Spring

    Despite a rough spring, Shohei Ohtani will reportedly be on the Los Angeles Angels ' 25-man roster when they open the regular season on March 29...

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  15. Daniel Murphy: 'Reasonable to Expect' I'm Out Opening Day Due to Knee Injury

    Lingering knee problems will likely keep Washington Nationals second baseman Daniel Murphy out for the start of the regular season...

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  16. MLB Spring Training 2018: Latest Rumors and Injury News

    Spring training is drawing to a close and Opening Day is now just a few short days away. The 2018 MLB season is almost here, folks...

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  17. Top Phillies Prospect Scott Kingery Is MLB's Next Dustin Pedroia

    It was just one scout and one opinion, but then it was another scout, sharing the same sentiment. What player impressed you most this spring? Scott Kingery , Philadelphia Phillies ...

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  18. Report: Brett Anderson Rejoins Athletics on Minor League Contract

    The Oakland Athletics are reuniting with starting pitcher Brett Anderson after agreeing to a minor league contract with the left-hander, the San Francisco Chronicle 's Susan Slusser reported Tuesday...

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  19. Alex Cobb, Orioles Reportedly Agree to Contract After 7 Seasons with Rays

    After spending the first seven years of his career with the Tampa Bay Rays , right-handed pitcher Alex Cobb has reportedly reached an agreement with the Baltimore Orioles , according to Jon Heyman of FanRang Sports...

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  20. Justin Turner Avoids Surgery on Broken Wrist, Will Wear Brace with Injury

    Los Angeles Dodgers third baseman Justin Turner won't need surgery on his broken left wrist. Per MLB ...

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  21. MLB Rumors: Yankees, Red Sox Negotiating 2-Game Series in London in 2019

    One of the greatest rivalries in sports is slated to potentially take center stage across the pond in 2019...

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  22. Meet Blaze Jordan: The 15-Year-Old Baseball Phenom with 500-Foot Power

    It all started with a plastic megaphone and a kid who was barely big enough to hold it. Blaze Jordan was so young at the time that his age was still measured in months—about 18 of them as his parents remember it...

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  23. Forget Stanton and Judge; Gary Sanchez Will Be Yankees' Biggest Star in 2018

    As we approach Opening Day, here's a question worth pondering: Who's the most exciting star on the New York Yankees ? It could be Aaron Judge, the incumbent American League Rookie of the Year...

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  24. Justin Turner Suffers Broken-Wrist Injury; Likely Out Until May

    Los Angeles Dodgers third baseman Justin Turner suffered a broken wrist in spring training Monday, per Bill Shaikin of the Los Angeles Times ...

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  25. Manny Machado Cut Pizza, Chicken Nuggets Out of His Diet to Reduce Body Fat

    Baltimore Orioles star Manny Machado is making the transition from third base back to shortstop this year. In preparation for the move, he adjusted his workout schedule and diet in the offseason...

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